The AABANY Law Review
is currently soliciting three types of original submissions for publication in its Fall 2013
- Scholarly Papers (Traditional Law Review Articles): Such papers are expected to reflect original research or major developments in previously reported research. One submission of exceptional merit will be selected for a $2000 research microgrant, and its author will have an opportunity to present his or her paper at the Annual AABANY Fall Conference in September 2013.
- Articles: Shorter in length than a traditional law review article, these articles may discuss or analyze recent developments in the law or practice of law, such as an important case, a new statute or regulation, or a new trend.
- Student Notes: The AABANY Law Review is also hosting a Student Note Competition. One student note will be selected for publication in the Fall 2013 issue, and the winner will be awarded a $300 cash prize. Our hope is that the timing of the competition will encourage those students who are writing relevant seminar papers this spring to satisfy their course requirement while also creating an entry for the competition. Students who have written papers in the past are also welcome to submit them for consideration if they have not been previously published.
Deadlines: Authors are strongly encouraged but not required to provide a brief statement of intent to submit a piece for consideration by Monday, May 20, 2013, including the subject matter and the estimated length of the submission. The deadline to submit a piece for consideration in any of the three categories of submissions is Monday, June 24, 2013. Statements of intent, inquiries, and submissions should be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.